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A travel guide for visiting Singapore. Highlights include: Colonial District, Merlion, China Town, Little India, Kampong Glam, Orchard Rd, Marina Bay Sands, …

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  • TVShinjuku 4 years ago

    Your editing is definitely getting better. Have you been studying or is it
    just natural progression via experience?

  • Chris Raney 4 years ago

    A travel guide for visiting Singapore. Highlights include: Colonial
    District, Merlion, China Town, Little India, Kampong Glam, Orchard Rd,
    Marina Bay Sands, Singapore Zoo, and Changi Airport.

  • nisajth 4 years ago

    The most helpful documentry of Singapore I have seen! Thanks! :)

  • koo woo joo 4 years ago

    I have a question. When did you record it? I mean… I wanna know what
    month

  • Victor Nobrega 4 years ago

    excellent video

  • Hoàng Long Nguyễn 4 years ago

    thank you very much for your videos, they will help me when I lead tours to
    Singapore.

  • sheryl wong 4 years ago

    dude, it’s rly rude to take a video or photo of a worship program

  • NguyenNgoc Tran 4 years ago

    It helps a lot. tks

  • LifeWithShanice 4 years ago

    u know ur stuff! good job!

  • Birddybuddy 4 years ago

    Thank ü ~ m going to Singapore in a week time .

  • jw 梁 4 years ago

    my girlfriend’s favorite fruit is durian.. So.. she just canceled our tour
    plan because she watched your video and know the strange rule of
    Singapore..

  • randomdancer9606 4 years ago

    ahemm…. it’s sir stamford raffles (i’m a Singaporean)

  • K Mill 4 years ago

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  • John Spartan 4 years ago

    How about a review on Desker Road, Keong Saik Road and Geylang Lorongs from
    6 – 28?

  • randomdancer9606 4 years ago

    but really great video!!

  • Yellow Productions 4 years ago

    Wow.. I need to check out that swimming pool in terminal 1 🙂

  • Yellow Productions 4 years ago

    Thanks Red Breaker! My pleasure! Have a good and fun trip!

  • HappyPanda 4 years ago

    I can’t stop laughing when you mention ‘skateboard-like thing’ and I agree
    Singapore Chinatown is the world clean Chinatown. Airport Terminal 1 got
    Swimming Pool facility too. remember to bring your swimming trunks

  • Yellow Productions 4 years ago

    Indeed! Best airport ever!

  • Electric Rick 4 years ago

    a solar powered fan in a pith helmet would be an interesting cooling device.

  • Yellow Productions 4 years ago

    A solar powered air conditioner would be even better! 🙂

  • Allan Moore 4 years ago

    A excellent video. Very informative and humorous. Thanks again!

  • Jennifer Epps 4 years ago

    Wow!! Now that’s a pretty sweet airport 🙂